A senior U.S. State Department official is predicting that the Caribbean will likely experience a surge in drug-trafficking activity by 2015.
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The owners of a building in Caravel Beach demolished as part of a “clean-up project” are trying to determine who is responsible for the blunder.
Fired officers Dion Morris and Renardo Bethel say they were vindicated when the Court of Appeal overturned their gun conviction and are now looking to be reinstated on the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) and receive back pay.
The event, on Easter Monday, will be packed with authentic Grand Bahamian culture, with special emphasis on cuisine and old social traditions.
The Red Rose Ball Committee (RRBC) has partnered with sponsor Polymers International to host one of Grand Bahama’s most anticipated spring fund-raising events, the ‘All White Affair.’
Concern is growing over the number of home invasions reportedly being perpetrated by a lone gunman in Grand Bahama.
We all agree that Bahamians should be entitled to every opportunity possible in The Bahamas. It is our country. Such nationalism, however, should not evolve to impractical exclusionist immigration policies.
The 15th annual Grand Bahama Business Outlook (GBBO) is slated for Thursday, March 14, at the Grand Lucayan Resort under the theme ‘Discovering the Opportunities in This Challenging Environment.’
Our automobile affliction stems not entirely from high duty rates, but more from the lack of a cohesive and functioning mass transportation system.